Updating our website
After consideration of securing a different third party vendor to provide transportation to RISD students, RISD staff is recommending that student transportation be fully operated by RISD beginning with the 2018-19 school year.
Read entire story RISD’s GPA & Rank Committee is holding public meetings in each quadrant of the district.
Many people make the mistake of asking "What tools do I need to edit my site? It will often take you longer and might be more dangerous than having a professional do the job.
" when they should be asking "What skills do I need to edit my site? Once you have the skills, choosing the correct tools is fairly easy and safe. On the other hand, it has some advantages such as being able to make changes whenever it suits you.
Our non-profit, Civic Nation, has moved addresses and we need to update the address on our website to receive donations we raised through Crowd Rise.
When I go to the edit section on your website, our current address is listed, but when I just search our name, our old address is listed.
Although you can learn to make simple alterations quite quickly, don't be deceived into thinking that website management is straightforward.
Burn Ban continues until further notice for Van Zandt County. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are possible tomorrow.
At the December 11 RISD Board meeting, staff presented community feedback received to date on the two options under consideration for the 2018-19 student academic calendar, Option A and Option B.
Trustees began discussing calendar options in November.
Before we go into the details, there are a few very important things to consider: You must know what you are doing before you try to edit your site! Even attempting to make simple changes to text can have disastrous results if you aren't careful.
The thing that many people don't understand is this: The tools you use to edit your website are less important than the skills to use them.